ok, I have a questionNovember 15 2011 at 6:00 AM
heard on the news last night...something to the affect of "the rich are taking money away from the hard-working people".
Now can someone tell me just what that means? Does that imply that if you're "hard-working", you're not wealthy, and conversley, if you are wealthy, that you haven't worked for it.
It's been my experience that looking at successful business people, the ones that are very successful, are the hardest working among us. But maybe they're just "fortunate".
You tell me.
it's not a zero-sum game
|November 15 2011, 10:04 AM |
the concept is lost on many.
I do not get rich because you get poor. I get rich because I get rich, you are poor not because I am rich. There can be many factors why somone is poor, but in the USA you have the chance to make whatever you choose out of your life. Other countries may not be the same. I can't vouch for them. Sorry.
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